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Aether / Ether +
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In physics, "the field which connects and permeates all things." Serves as the medium for light and sound waves. Also known as Massless Ether, the Field, Quantum Field, the Higgs Field, Plasma, SpaceTime, the Void, the Divine Matrix, Dark Matter, the Fabric of the Cosmos, the Cosmic Web, Indra’s Net, Akasha, the Universe.

Entanglement & Nonlocality +
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In physics, entanglement is the word for particles that are correlated by an interaction. Also called "nonseparability" and Einstein called it "spooky action at a distance." Nonlocality refers to objects having information ("knowing the state") of other objects, even when separated by large distances.

Maya / Illusion / Frequency Bubble +
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Maya is a Sanskrit word referring to the cosmic illusion caused by an error in spiritual perception. The etymology of the word points to materialism as one of the keys to our misperception. The "illusion" or "frequency bubble" is a result of limited perception of the five senses which are unable to perceive the existence of forces outside of a narrow frequency band, as exemplified by the cymascope. May also be called "The Matrix."

Simulation +
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Defined as an imitation or false appearance. The saying, "We live in a simulation" does not necessarily mean a computer simulation. It often refers to the fact that when our brain decodes sensory input, it presents us with a small, biased picture — less than 1% of Reality. If we believe this tiny slice of sensory experience to be the ultimate truth, we are believing a false appearance or simulation. Since the word simulation has often been used in the context of computer modeling and artificial intelligence, it may be presumed that it always refers to AI when in fact it can simply be another way to refer to a worldview based on an astronishingly limited perception.

Awakening Experience +
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The experience of a higher state of consciousness, which may be temporary or sustained. "A kind of 'waking up' from the sleep of our normal state.. Our normal 'shadowy' vision of the world is transformed and we gain something of the intense vision of the world of children and some indigenous peoples... it's as if the world switches from monochrome to colour." (Steve Taylor)